Blue Rodeo | Greatest Hits Vol. 1

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Greatest Hits Vol. 1

by Blue Rodeo

Canada's most popular roots rock band, Blue Rodeo became a veritable institution in their home country, although they never quite moved beyond cult status in the U.S. Their sound is a basic blend of country, folk, and rock, but with a definite pop appeal.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. To Love Somebody
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2. Rose Coloured Glasses
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3. Try
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4. Diamond Mine
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5. Til I Am Myself Again
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6. Trust Yourself
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7. Lost Together
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8. 5 Days in May
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9. Hasn't Hit Me Yet
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10. Bad Timing
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11. Dark Angel
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12. Side Of The Road
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13. It Could Happen To You
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14. After the Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I saw Blue Rodeo for the first time because I’d heard they were the only band on Toronto’s club strip that played past last call. It was too early to go home and I’d also heard that they were really, really good.

As I blasted into the Horseshoe’s back room that night, determined to get my final beer and then see what all of the fuss was about, I was gripped by the energy even before the sound. Probably playing their 20th song of the night, a beaming Cuddy was slapping at a big red guitar while Keelor was hunched over, plucking out a ferocious lead, as the band tore through a passionate take on Glenn Campbell’s “Galveston.”

Hearing a set that included more cool covers and early versions of the tunes that would later become their amazing Outskirts debut, I was hooked


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